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  Daffodil Day - Home Page
Officially Daffodil Day will be held on Friday 24 August, however you can sell or purchase Daffodil Day merchandise throughout the month.
The daffodil is the international symbol of hope for all those affected by cancer.
By purchasing a daffodil or other item in memory of a loved one, to celebrate a survivor, or to simply give hope for a brighter future, you can help Australia's leading cancer charity reach its fundraising target of more than $8 million.
www.daffodilday.com.au   (264 words)

  
  GSLDS Daffodil Horticulture Classifications Page
For garden purposes, daffodils are classified in 13 divisions where the division number specifies the form and the letters (color code) specify the colors.
Daffodils distinguished solely by botanical name should be assigned to Division 13.
Split-corona daffodils with the corona segments alternate to the perianth segments; the split corona segments usually in a single whorl of six
www.stldaffodilclub.org /hortclass.htm   (907 words)

  
  COLORBLENDS | Daffodil Bulbs
Daffodil bulbs are among the most popular for fall planting, and after the paleness of winter they will give you a beautiful burst of early garden color.
Landscape professionals and serious residential gardeners love daffodils because they are great naturalizers, and as such are a real investment in your landscape or garden.
If you find that your daffodils have "gone blind" after some number of years, this means that they may not be getting enough sun or they have not been planted deeply enough.
www.daffodildepot.com /index.php5?mode=detail&article_id=81   (328 words)

  
 Welcome to Sutter Creek, California - Daffodil Hill
Daffodil Hill is in a beautiful alpine setting at an elevation of over 3,000 feet.
Daffodil Hill opens when 25 percent of the flowers are in bloom and closes when only 25 percent remain.
Daffodil Hill is open only at this time of year, after that it goes back to a working ranch.
ci.sutter-creek.ca.us /daffodilhill.html   (452 words)

  
 Daffodil
Daffodils are hardy in the heat and the cold, which makes them a good choice for a plant in the southwest.
Daffodils make a nice cut flower, although some Daffodil bulbs do not bloom the first year they are planted.
When planting the Daffodil bulb it is important to keep in mind the bloom always faces the sun.
weather.nmsu.edu /abqplantlist/bulb/daffodil.htm   (569 words)

  
 daffodil,narcissus flower,daffodils,daffodil flower
The common name 'Daffodil' is generally used for single, trumpet-shaped flowers where the central cup of the flower is as long as or longer than the petals.
The Daffodil is one of the national emblems of Wales.
Daffodil flowers are worn on St David's Day on 1st March, St David being the Patron Saint of Wales.
www.aa-florist.com /Daffodil.html   (1367 words)

  
 Daffodil Classification Definitions
The classification of a daffodil cultivar (cultivated variety) is based on the description and measurements or the classification submitted by the person registering the variety.
For the purpose of the description, the daffodil is divided into two regions, the perianth (petals) and corona (cup).
Split-corona daffodils with the corona segments alternate to the perianth segments; the corona segments usually in a single whorl of six
www.daffodil.org /daffodil/classdefs.htm   (515 words)

  
 Daffodil FAQs
Daffodil is the common name for all members of the genus Narcissus, and its use is recommended by the ADS at all times other than in scientific writing.
Daffodils are quite tolerant of cold, especially with a covering of snow, and are grown to the Canadian border.
Daffodils can also be grown throughout the South with the exception of parts of Florida which are free of frost.
www.daffodil.org /daffodil/answers.htm   (1042 words)

  
 ACS :: Daffodil Days
The daffodil, the first flower of spring, is our symbol of hope in the fight against cancer.
During Daffodil Days, this flower emphasizes the spirit of renewed life and the hope that we will someday win the war against this deadly disease.
Daffodil Days takes place in early spring, with local American Cancer Society offices offering the flowers in return for a donation to help support our cancer research, education, advocacy, and patient service efforts.
www.cancer.org /docroot/COM/content/div_Heartland/COM_4_2x_Daffodil_Days.asp?sitearea=COM&viewmode=print&   (190 words)

  
 DAFFODIL GROUP - Real estate listings, homes for sale, home loans, home buying
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You specifically agree that Daffodil shall not be responsible for unauthorized access to or alteration of your transmissions or data, any material or data sent or received or not sent or received, or any transactions entered into through an Daffodil site/service.
Daffodil shall not be responsible nor liable for any consequential damages arising on account of your relying on the contents of the advertisement.
www.daffodilgroup.com /disclaimer.html   (679 words)

  
 Daffodil Season Is Here
Daffodils are a cold loving flower, and we should do what we can to help it adjust to our living temperatures.
For those that show their daffodils, take a ball point pen, and write the name of the daffodil on the back as soon as you pick it.
For those that show daffodils, it is best to do any grooming before the hardening, as hardening does just that; it makes the daffodils hard and therefore hard to work with.
www.suite101.com /article.cfm/daffodils_garden_and_show/62758   (459 words)

  
 About Daffodil Day   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Daffodil Day was first held in New Zealand in 1990 and is the Cancer Society's main promotional and fundraising event of the year.
By giving a donation for a daffodil you are supporting the Cancer Society of New Zealand to fund scientific research into the causes of and treatments for cancer - to provide support to people with cancer and their families, and to enable public education about cancer.
The daffodil was chosen because of its reputation as a hardy annual flower that can push its way through the frozen earth after a long hard winter and herald the new life and growth of spring.
www.daffodilday.org.nz /about/index.html   (475 words)

  
 Taking the Time to Observe the Daffodil - An All Creatures Photo Gallery - creation, earth, environment, ecology, ...
When the snow and frost are gone from the ground, the hearty daffodils begin to poke their heads up through the leaves, grass and twigs on the surface of the ground.
(Daffodil - Awakening - 8 Apr 2003 - 03a) Two days after we took this photo, the last of the spring snow was gone, and the daffodils continued to grow.
(Daffodil - Flower - 05) The daffodils bloom for a few weeks and then fade away for another year, but in the time they are present they bring joy to the heart, and even in their fading there is hope that they will return next year.
www.all-creatures.org /pics/daffodil.html   (1106 words)

  
 botanical.com - A Modern Herbal | Daffodil - Herb Profile and Information
'Yellow Daffodils are under the dominion of Mars, and the roots thereof are hot and dry in the third degree.
The roots boiled and taken in posset drink cause vomiting and are used with good success at the appearance of approaching agues, especially the tertian ague, which is frequently caught in the springtime.
In one case the points observed were: (1) the speedy action of the poison; (2) the fact that the high temperature did not destroy the toxicity of the poison; and (3) the relatively small quantity of Daffodil bulbs which caused the trouble.
www.botanical.com /botanical/mgmh/d/daffod01.html   (549 words)

  
 Bulb Profile: Daffodils
In particular, daffodils avoided by deer as well as chipmunks and other rodents, all of which can decimate a planting of other, tastier bulbs.
Daffodil generally refers to the common large yellow trumpet types.
Daffodil bulbs are very long-lived, but most varieties do need to be divided and replanted when they become crowded.
www.bobvila.com /HowTo_Library/Bulb_Profile_Daffodils-Flowers-A1537.html   (568 words)

  
 Java Database - Daffodil DB
Daffodil DB is a SQL-99 and JDBC standards compliant Java RDBMS.
Daffodil DB is available in both enterprise and open source versions.
Daffodil DB is now compatible with Compiere (an open source ERP+CRM software with over 800,000 downloads), which is a demanding product in terms of database requirements.
db.daffodilsw.com   (137 words)

  
 Daffodils | Garden Basics | Flower | Bulb | Plants
In cold climates, plant daffodils in early fall so they will have time to form a mass of fibrous roots before the ground freezes.
These yellowing leaves are not attractive, so it's tempting to cut them down, but it's essential that all the nourishment in the leaves return to the bulb before it goes dormant for summer.
They are among the last of the daffodils to bloom and have a spicy fragrance.
www.gardenguides.com /plants/info/flowers/bulbs/daffodil.asp   (498 words)

  
 Daffodil Bulb Planting Techniques
Daffodils and Garden Beds are often the same and therefore both need some time and effort to plan and prepare.
However, after the beds are prepared much effort has to go into planting of the bulbs so that they will, one; give a good display next year, and two: that they will come back year after year as the perennials that they are.
Drainage is critical in planting daffodil bulbs if you want your bulbs to remain healthy and to produce more bulbs.
www.suite101.com /article.cfm/daffodils_garden_and_show/50141   (500 words)

  
 Beautiful Pink and White Daffodils - Associated Content
These primarily pink daffodils are hardy varieties suitable for most heartiness zones, and when properly cared for you’ll be graced by their pink presence year after year.
Rosy cloud daffodils are very appropriately named because the rosy pink center of this lovely daffodil looks like a fluffy pink cloud perched upon a cloud of white petals.
Rosy cloud daffodils reach a maximum height of approximately twenty inches, and the beautiful pink and white flowers reach a maximum width of about five inches.
www.associatedcontent.com /article/29627/beautiful_pink_and_white_daffodils.html   (606 words)

  
 Witas Ancient Herbal   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Holding with old beliefs, the daffodil can be used to repel negative energies from outside sources and would be useful in exorcising dark forces from within the person.
Herrick alludes in his Hesperides to the Daffodil as a portent of death, probably connecting the flower with the asphodel, and the habit of the ancient Greeks of planting that flower near tombs.
The bulbs of the Daffodil, as well as every other part of the plant are powerfully emetic, and the flowers are considered slightly poisonous, and have been known to have produced dangerous effects upon children who have swallowed portions of them.
groups.msn.com /WitasAncientHerbal/daffodil.msnw   (556 words)

  
 Daffodil Flower
Trumpet daffodils feature a cup that is as long, or longer, than the petals, while large-cupped daffodils have cups that are more than one-third, but less than the length of, the petals.
Triandrus daffodils produce two to six blooms per stem, with curled-back petals and short cups.
Tazetta daffodils always have 4 to 8 fragrant flowers to a stem, with white or yellow petals (perianth) surrounding a shallow white, yellow, or orange cup (corona).
www.bhg.com /home/Daffodil-Flowers.html   (238 words)

  
 Daffodil - Cunnan
The daffodil is any of a number of perennial plants of the genus Narcissus.
The daffodil is one of two National Flowers of Wales, the other being the leek.
In Elizabethan England it became popular in poetry to refer to the daffodil with the whimsical name of daffdowndilly.
cunnan.sca.org.au /index.php?title=Daffodil&redirect=no   (115 words)

  
 Auckland Cancer Society - Daffodil Day   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Daffodil Day is the largest national fundraising day for cancer research, patient and family support and education in New Zealand.
Each year the Staff from branches all over the country enter into the spirit of Daffodil Day committing their time, energy and often, personal resources to come up with new and fun ways to fundraise for the Cancer Society.
On Daffodil Day itself hundreds of National Bank staff join the Daffodil Day volunteers on the streets collecting donations from the generous people of New Zealand.
www.akcansoc.org.nz /SpecialEvents/DaffodilDay   (505 words)

  
 Daffodil Society of Minnesota - Glossary
Daffodil is the preferred term for the entire family.
Daffodils are grouped into 13 Divisions, indicated by a number 1-13.
The Division and Color Code of a given daffodil is part of its official registration with the Royal Horticultural Society in England.
www.daffodilmn.org /glossary.htm   (693 words)

  
 Announcing Daffodil Replicator (E) ...
Daffodil Replicator (E) is a Java tool for data synchronization, migration, and backup between various database servers.
In case of conflicts, Daffodil Replicator automatically manages consistency based on the settings specified by the user at the time of creating job or subscription.
We will continue supporting Daffodil Replicator (OS) as it is a great synchronization tool and is supported by a large user base.
www.javalobby.org /java/forums/t87926.html   (597 words)

  
 What is Replicator   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Daffodil Replicator is a data replication software that synchronizes data residing on corporate backend databases and desktop databases operating in the network.
Daffodil Replicator performs data replication based on the 'Publish and Subscribe' model (in client and server architecture).
Daffodil Replicator has been developed for easy replication between homogeneous and heterogeneous data sources.
opensource.replicator.daffodilsw.com /what-is-replicator.html   (720 words)

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